Just drag the sliders to the left and right to see what which LUT makes out of the image. The left side is always the original image and the right side the lutted version. If you hover over a slider it shows the LUT name.
Final Cut Pro X
Just a little overview of the use cases of each LUT.
I designed this LUT for shots with water. It gives the water a darker blue touch, that is pretty close to teal. As a complementary color for other parts of the image, it makes orange tones nearly red. Green tones are warm and not that noticeable.
// Use this LUT for sunrise and sunset situations at the water when green tones are not important.
This is one of my most used LUTs. It’s from my TANGE LUT Pack and you can see its look in a lot of my videos. It is an orange and teal LUT. So it has a strong color contrast. Therefore it’s suitable for a lot of shots.
// You can use this LUT in a lot of different kinds of footage. However, it’s not recommended if green tones are important.
This LUT pushes the colors into the teal and red tones – yes I love complementary colors… It also desaturates your colors quite a bit and is not too contrasty. So this is a great LUT if you prefer a more muted look.
// Try it for shots against the sun where colors are generally less present.